We got a pre-production beast in at the Surgeon Rifle shop today and did a comparison with the above and many more. I have been running the Steiner on my tactical/Precision Rifle Match gun, and have been liking it, very repeatable. We have yet to shoot the Beast yet but did a clarity/definition test on it today side by side. Of the three I and others thought the S&B and the Beast were equals in glass quality, just edging out the Steiner at a very close third. One of the guys thought the Beast had a slight advantage on the S&B, but I could really not see a difference with my 43 year old eyes. My thoughts on the .2 mil elevation spacing with the lever. I can see it being a plus if you low and need to come up a tenth while shooting. basically without looking you could reach up and throw the lever. But if you need to come down a tenth it would require a .2 click down and a throw of the lever to come up a tenth to make the one tenth down adjustment. In comparison this puts the beast above the Steiner which has very close single tenth click adj. and the S&B which also has close spaced adj. With the .2 on the beast your .2 lines are well spaced visually and tactically. I have gotten used to the close clicks on the Steiner and have only a slight aversion against the S&B which has a heavier click at 1 and 1/2 mil stations, as it is sometimes difficult to quickly adjust one tenth over the above mentioned heavier clicks as putting on one usually results in an over turn adding .2 . As far as match shooting goes and the resolution of the 3 scopes, How usable is that resolution when we often shoot multiple distances in rapid succession with-out adjusting paralax? In the single distance with the time to finely focus they do show an advantage, over the Steiner I'll see if I can get some trigger time on it and see how it runs.